Vaneiser, LLC v. Nebraska Bank of Commerce

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Vaneiser, LLC v. Nebraska Bank of Commerce

Case Number
A-15-0980
Call Date
March 14, 2017
Case Time
1:00 PM
Case Summary

A-15-0980, VanEiser, LLC (Appellant) v. Nebraska Bank of Commerce (Cross-Appellant)

District Court for Lancaster County, District Judge Jodi L. Nelson

Attorneys for Appellant: Daniel E. Klaus & Sheila Anne Bentzen (Rembolt Ludtke Law Firm)

Attorney for Appellee/Cross-Appellant: Trev E. Peterson (Knudsen Berkheimer Law Firm)

Civil Action: Breach of contract

Action taken by the Trial Court: The trial court found in favor of Nebraska Bank of Commerce (NBC) for breach of a settlement agreement, conversion of funds, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud in the inducement. The trial court found in favor of VanEiser for breach of contract.

Assignments of Error on Appeal: Did the trial court err in finding that NBC did not fraudulently induce VanEiser to enter into the settlement agreement, breach the settlement agreement, convert funds owed to VanEiser, and breach a fiduciary duty owed to VanEiser?

Assignments of Error on Cross-Appeal: Did the trial court err in determining that NBC was not entitled to the $12,500 fee it charged for conducting the auction sale of the VanEiser assets?

Case Location
Lincoln
Panel Text
Moore, Chief Judge, Inbody, and Riedmann, Judges